The exploration and production company, Union Jack Oil, is planning to withdraw from three licences in 2020 because of falls in their value.
The number of onshore oil and gas wells drilled in the UK in 2016 was the lowest for nearly 50 years, according to data from the Oil and Gas Authority.
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Egdon Resources has been moving equipment off its oil exploration site at Laughton in Lincolnshire after deciding to abandon the well.
Egdon Resources confirmed this morning drilling has begun at Laughton – the company’s second well to be sunk in Lincolnshire this year. In a statement Egdon said the Laughton-1 well was spudded (the beginning of drilling a new well) on Friday (12th February 2016). In January, Egdon spudded […]
Egdon Resources has announced plans for seven new oil and gas wells over the next year. Four of the wells are in Lincolnshire and have planning permission. Another, near Dorking in Surrey, also has approval after the company’s partner, Europa, won a planning appeal.